Back in early September, we told you about the upcoming album The Jungle from Montreal indie-rock veterans Plants And Animals. Well, the band is back with another song (and video) and we can’t seem to get enough. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check out Love That Boy in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. The Jungle drops October 23rd via Secret City.
We first told you about Montreal experimental-electronic duo Riches back in mid-August when we came across the title-track for their album Fantasy Chapel. Well, the new record is finally upon us and we want you to know about it here at The iM.
Check it out in the embed below and be sure to hit up our favourite tracks, God Swatter and Lily. Trust us when we say, you’ll be glad you did.
Toronto alt-rock duo Partner is the work of two best friends, Josée Caron and Lucy Niles. We recently came across the first song (and video) from their upcoming effort, Never Give Up and to say we like what we hear would be the understatement of the month. Now, it’s time to share it with you.
Check out Big Gay Hands in the embed below and prepare yourself for a rock n’ roll journey like no other … with hand puppets! And, while you’re at it, hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. Never Give Up drops November 20th.
Back in mid-May, we premiered the debut song by Toronto indie-electronic outfit New River Beach called The Right Place. Well, the duo is back with another track, and we couldn’t be happier to be sharing it with you on this Friday morning.
Compared to its predecessor, Mystery Tape is an upbeat number but still maintains that sound we’ve come to appreciate over the last few months; rolling synths and hazy vocals suck you in and before you know it, you’re lost in a trance. It’s an incredibly infectious number that you won’t soon forget.
“We wrote and recorded “Mystery Tape” over the course of a weekend when the world seemed to be imploding. We recorded our vocals in our basement washroom and played our synths into headphones, making our nightly music sessions incognito to our sleeping children. “Mystery Tape” was written to give listeners 3 minutes to put their heads down and dance.”
Now that we have your attention, check out Mystery Tape in the embed below and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. Trust us when we say, this is a band you don’t want to sleep on.
Indie-rock outfit Gladie hail from the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We came across their new single recently and this thing has been on heavy rotation ever since. It’s a really infectious number that hits in all the right places.
Check out Thank You Card in the embed, and be sure to hit up their socials for more going forward. And, while you’re at it, listen to their awesome Weakerthans cover here.
Montreal indie-rock veterans Wolf Parade are a huge part of the Canadian musical landscape. Over the years they’ve released some exceptional records and one in particular really sticks out for us, Apologies To The Queen Mary. Having turned fifteen recently, it only seems fitting that we grace you with our favourite album track, Dear Sons And Daughters Of Hungry Ghosts.
Take a trip down memory lane in the embed below and be sure to hit up the band over on their socials for more. Earlier this year, the boys dropped a stellar new long-player, Thin Mind. You really ought to give it a listen.
Swedish emo-pop-rock outfit I Love Your Lifestyle recently came up on our radar, and we’re certainly glad they did. Their latest single, Shilly-Shally, has been on repeat over the last few days and shows no signs of letting up. Now, it’s time for you to hear what we’re talking about.
Check out the video in the embed below, and be sure to hit the band up over on their socials leading up to the album release. No Driver drops October 26th via Dog Knights and Counter Intuitive.
LAL is the moniker of Toronto’s Rosina Kazi and Nicholas Murray. Just recently, the experimental-electronic duo shared the second single off their upcoming long-player, Meteors Could Come Down. We can’t seem to get enough of this one here at The IM, so now it’s time to share it with you.
“For years, we have been creating and supporting our community of dark magical beings and in turn we also have been supported spiritually and emotionally,” says Kazi. “We are auspicious: those of us who are dismissed and/or feared. The way we try to survive and have survived is through our chosen family. ‘Turn Water into Blood’ is the most rhythmic song on this album and it celebrates the world we have created together.”
Check out the video for Turn Water Into Blood in the embed below, and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the release. The new album drops November 6th via Coax Records.